[jitsi-users] building jitsi with G729 support


#1

Hi all.
The Jitsi feature page has G729 support as a feature.
After searching through the mailing list, my understanding
is that there is support, but not in the default build.
There used to be a build target with g729, but it seams to be gone now.

As much as I hate using a non free codec, my sip provider only uses g729.

How can I build jitsi with g729?
is it still supported?

Thank you,
Jaron


#2

Hey Jaron,

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On 28.09.12, 18:17, Jaron de Leeuw wrote:

Hi all.
The Jitsi feature page has G729 support as a feature.
After searching through the mailing list, my understanding
is that there is support, but not in the default build.
There used to be a build target with g729, but it seams to be gone now.

As much as I hate using a non free codec, my sip provider only uses g729.

How can I build jitsi with g729?
is it still supported?

The G.729 implementation is now part of libjitsi [0] so that's where you
need to build it (after buying your licenses of course).

Hope this helps,
Emil

[0] https://jitsi.org/libjitsi


#3

Thanks Emil.

What I did is to build libjitsi, put the compiled jar
into lib/installer-exclude/
and then build jitsi.

Since it worked I guess that is the correct sequence.

Thank you very much,
Jaron

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On Fri, Sep 28, 2012 at 6:20 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hey Jaron,

On 28.09.12, 18:17, Jaron de Leeuw wrote:

Hi all.
The Jitsi feature page has G729 support as a feature.
After searching through the mailing list, my understanding
is that there is support, but not in the default build.
There used to be a build target with g729, but it seams to be gone now.

As much as I hate using a non free codec, my sip provider only uses g729.

How can I build jitsi with g729?
is it still supported?

The G.729 implementation is now part of libjitsi [0] so that's where you
need to build it (after buying your licenses of course).

Hope this helps,
Emil

[0] https://jitsi.org/libjitsi


#4

Yup, that's it.

Glad it worked!
Emil

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On 28.09.12, 21:35, Jaron de Leeuw wrote:

Thanks Emil.

What I did is to build libjitsi, put the compiled jar
into lib/installer-exclude/
and then build jitsi.

Since it worked I guess that is the correct sequence.

Thank you very much,
Jaron

On Fri, Sep 28, 2012 at 6:20 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hey Jaron,

On 28.09.12, 18:17, Jaron de Leeuw wrote:

Hi all.
The Jitsi feature page has G729 support as a feature.
After searching through the mailing list, my understanding
is that there is support, but not in the default build.
There used to be a build target with g729, but it seams to be gone now.

As much as I hate using a non free codec, my sip provider only uses g729.

How can I build jitsi with g729?
is it still supported?

The G.729 implementation is now part of libjitsi [0] so that's where you
need to build it (after buying your licenses of course).

Hope this helps,
Emil

[0] https://jitsi.org/libjitsi

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